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*Time of the Month* Boxes

~Cora: $9 – $18/month. Cora delivers 100% premium organic cotton with BPA-free plastic applicators to your door once a month. You select the quantity you need and when you need them delivered.

~Femly: $9.99 – $19.99 – $29.99/month. Femly is a monthly subscription service that delivers boxes with organic cotton tampons, pads, snacks, body care and more! Each month you’ll receive your preferred feminine products, and all of the other items are a surprise! Added items may be herbal teas, soaps, moisturizer, chocolate, comfort wearables,  organic snacks, hygiene products, makeup and more!

~Lola: $10/month. Lola delivers 100% cotton tampons in a customized assortment delivered directly to you. You can opt for monthly or bi-monthly deliveries and can order one or two boxes at a time. Boxes are able to be customized and you can select any combination of 18 lights, regulars or supers that you need.

~Club Monthly: $12 – $18/month. Club Monthly is a monthly feminine hygiene subscription service. You can opt from one of three packages depending on which products you wish to receive (razors and deodorant are extra) and you can select your brand preference and how many of each product you would like to receive.

~Tuff Time: $14.99 – $19.99 – $24.99/month. Tuff Time is a monthly time of the month subscription box. You can opt for the Silver Plan ($14.99/month) which includes 12 products, the Gold plan ($18.99/month) which includes 18 products or the Platinum plan ($24.99/month) which includes 25 products. All boxes also include medicine, tea and candy.

~The Period Store: $15 – $30/month. The Period Store offers monthly subscriptions for our time of the month. Your package will include your selected period products along with that month’s 5×7 art print, gourmet sweets, 2 tea bags and three medicine packets.

~P.M.yes: $15/month. P.M.yes sends specialty craft chocolate products to your door each month. In addition to chocolate, they will include a couple surprises like herbal teas, bath salts or face masks.

~SwaagBox: $16/month. SwaagBox is a time of the month and lifestyle subscription service. Each month you’ll get a choice of brand name tampons or pads in their original factory package and a fashionable piece of jewelry customized to your tastes as well as name brand makeup and a sweet treat.

~Code Red Crate: $16.99 – $26.99 – $31.99 – $36.99/month. Code Red Crate is a monthly time of the month subscription box. They offer the following box options: Cravings Box ($16.99/month) – includes chocolate and other cravable foods, Code Yellow ($26.99/month) – includes up to 25 feminine products, 4 snacks plus candy, teas and drinks, 2 pain relievers and a special gift, Code Orange ($31.99) – includes 30 feminine products, 6 snacks plus candies, teas and drinks, pampering items, 2 pain relievers and a special gift and Code Red ($36.99/month) – includes 40 feminine products, 8 snacks plus candies, teas and other drinks, pampering items, 2 pain relievers, a special gift and more.

~Avalai: $18 – $20/month. Avalai.com is a subscription service that sends you the products you need, when you need it for your time of the month. You can choose the package that’s perfect for you, and get all of your feminine hygiene supplies delivered right to your door, every month.

~Period for Good: $19 – $29/month. Period for Good is a monthly time of the month subscription service. They offer various size packages which include pads and / or tampons and carry a wide assortment of brands. 25% of the monthly profits every month go to a charity of your choice.

~Hello Flo: $21 – $21/month. Helloflo is a monthly subscriptions service for your period. They’ll send you what you need, right when you need it. They’ll also be sending some fun and tasty treats as a pick-me-up.

~Fleur Organics: $20/month. Fleur Organics is a 100% organic cotton women’s hygiene line, which are designed to help minimize the risk of irritations and allergies in your most intimate area. Fleur Organics helps you to take care of your body from the inside out. They offer our products via our hassle free, subscription option, where your products will be delivered on a customized, regular basis to your home.

~Le Parcel: $20/month. Each Parcel comes with a selection of 30 pads / tampons of the brand(s) of your choice, chocolate and a special gift. You can even pick when the box arrives every month.

~Bonjour Jolie: $21/month. Bonjour Jolie is a monthly subscription box designed exclusively for women to be pampered during their period. Each box contains feminine products (pick any combination of 30 items – pads, tampons and/or liners), specialty bath and body items, gifts, teas and edible artisanal goodies.

~Dotbox: $21.19/month. Dotbox is a box for whatever mother nature has to throw at you. Period. Each box contains Tampax Pearl tampons or U Kotex pads, 3 pain reliever packs, 3 soothing teas, and 1 chocolate treat!

~Madame Ladybug: $23 – $30 – $38/month. Madame Ladybug is a magical experience that will take that time of month and turn it into an event that you will continue to look forward to. You can opt for Flo Control ($23) which includes the basics plus a few extras, Pamper Me ($30) (includes Flo Control items plus more pampering goodies) or Ultimate Indulgence ($38) everything the other boxes do, plus even more surprise items!

~The Monthly Gift Box: $24.95/month. The Monthly Gift will send you a box of carefully selected products and presents. Boxes are focused on making your period something to look forward to with fun stuff and a sense of humor! Each box will contain one component of 5 categories: 1. Laugh 2. Enjoy 3. Indulge 4. Pamper and 5. Relax.

~Kali: $25/month. Kali is a monthly organic tampon subscription service. Each box contains 14 Organic Tampons, 10 Individually Wrapped Kali Wipes, and The Mist, an All Natural Aromatherapy Spray specially formulated to brighten your day.

~Honest Co. Feminine Care: $35.95/month. Feminine Care products, including organic cotton tampons and pads can now be added to your Honest Co. Essentials bundle. Products are hypoallergenic, made with 100% GOTS certified organic cotton and made without rayon, fragrances, deodorants, dyes, phthalates, pesticide residues, glycerol tricaprylate, chlorine or chlorine dioxide processing.

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  1. Katrina

    The Powder Room seems to be gone.

    Have you heard anything about the Period Store?

  2. Karen V.

    28 Day Hug has shut down. Since April 2013 they have put We are not accepting new customers, but they also stopped ending out bags to their current customers. They also cancelled all current customers accounts in April (I was one of them) and emailed us to tell us they are shutting down to focus on their $45 PMS Pro Lovely box. boooooooo

    So I would just cross them off the list, since they are closed.

    1. Jennifer

      Good to know! Thank you!

  3. Karen V.

    Juniper has shut down as of December.

    1. Jennifer

      Thank you.

  4. Karen V.

    My Cotton Bunny has upped their price to $16 and are no longer $13.75.

  5. Karen V.

    Also Bonjour Jolie is not $21, they are $16 and then it is plus shipping. Shipping can get pretty high if you live overseas but it is only 10 bucks to Canada, and 5 bucks to the US.

    1. Jennifer

      I always post the prices including shipping!

  6. Karen V.

    and finally Hello Flo is not $14-$18.

    Their lowest plan start at $20, and their highest is $24

    1. Jennifer

      Thanks for all the updates! Do you subscribe to one of these?

      1. Karen V.

        I have subscribed to almost all of them at one point or another!

    2. Jennifer

      I updated that, but can’t find anything higher than $21 on them?

  7. Karen V.

    Also, I live in Canada so I paid $26 for Bonjour Jolie and $30 for Madame Ladybug, and $31 for LeParcel so maybe you should post all their total prices (since you said you include shipping in your posted price)

    Madame Ladybug and LeParcel ship to Canada. Bonjour Jolie ships worldwide.

    Madame Ladybug charges $12 to Canada
    LeParcel charges $10 to Canada
    Bonjour Jolie Charges $5 to the US, $10 to Canada and $16 everywhere else.

    Also Fetch is not accepting subscribers right now.

    28 day hug their site is totally down not working and gone.

    Just a thought! (don’t want to sound like I am bitching!) Love your site!!

    1. Jennifer

      Sorry, I should have been more clear. I include shipping to the U.S.

      I will get 28 Day Hug updated!

  8. Karen V.

    Getting mad at Madame Ladybug.

    The raised their prices again without telling anyone. I have cancelled, bunch of nonsense!

    Every month it is a new price!

    Now they are (with US shipping)

    $26 for small
    $32 for Medium
    $40 for Large

    1. Jennifer

      You certainly do get a lot of time of the month boxes!

      1. Karen V.

        I have tried all the ones that ship to Canada! lol infact (so bad to admit it) but I have tried every sub box that ships to or is in Canada. Seriously, I think I have a problem!! LMAO!!

        I am switching Back to Bonjour Jolie, sorry I ever left.

        1. Karen V.

          by the way, I know you are super busy, but in the futute could you make a list of all boxes that ship to Canada? that would be soo awesome!

    2. Carly

      Grace Tampon Subscription is only $7.99 per month. Tampons, pads or a tampon pad combo!

  9. Helen K.

    You are missing a company from your list…..Every28 http://www.every28.com

    They have plans from $10 – $20 per month, carrying the name brands.

    Great service!

    1. Jennifer

      Thank you! I hadn’t heard of them yet!

  10. Gretchen H

    Hey Ladies,

    Just wanted to let all of you know that Avalai.com has lowered their price to 17-19 dollars with shipping included. We are running a promotion for 25% off if you want to give us a try. The code is USHOULDBUYIT and we will be rolling out a brand new, more customizable subscription process with in the month. So stay tuned and Jennifer we can’t wait to see your unboxing.


  11. sasha

    Looks like pms.com has shut down

    1. Jennifer

      Thanks for the update!

  12. Mike

    How can we get added to your list? We sell a time of the month box at http://www.swaagbox.com. We send brand name tampons or pads jewelry makeup and a sweet treat for $16/month.

    1. Jennifer

      I’ll get you added this weekend!

      1. mike

        Thanks. Your readers can also use code 10off for $10 off the first months box 🙂 If you want to do a review please email me and ill mail you a box to review as well for your readers.

        1. Jennifer

          Awesome thank you!

  13. Magda

    What’s Mike from swaagbox email to received a box review? I came across your page since Im planning on joining a monthly subscription box. Thank you

  14. ipoopicker.com

    the box is what I want and my dog loves. To pick up the poop without touch and eco-friendly paper material. Absolutely ?GREEN? dog poop picker ? ipoopicker . Monthly box and 14 boxes for yearly subcsription. http://www.ipoopicker.com

  15. cindy

    Bizibubble closed down

  16. Hannah

    Ironically, this might not be the right page for this… I’m a blogger for OrangeGlad.com and we’ve seen many people subscribe to our box as a “Time of the Month” type of cure and an indulgence for expecting mothers… We’ve had several customers and testimonials with customers loving our product for this reason.

    Save 30% with code: ROASM


  17. Kate Chellings

    Avalai is now $35.95 a box, and I am pretty sure they don’t ship to the US, looking their checkout there was no way to have a shipping address as US.

    Madame Ladybug went up in price again they are now with shipping $25, $32, and $40.

    Period for good went up as well, now $20, $25, and $30

  18. Sasha R Pensky

    Looks like Avalai closed down as well as The Monthly Gift closed.

  19. Juliana Jackson

    Avalai shut down, so did The Monthly Gift. The Dot Box shut down, and also Tuff Time

    Hello Flo Does not do subscriptions any more.

  20. Cheryl Williams

    How many companies are still around from the list?

  21. Naih

    Femly does not use organic pads and tampons, They use Veeda products which are 100% all natural and free of pesticides but 100% not organic.

  22. Sierra J

    Please update this list! Over half of these are closed down.

    All out of business:

    The monthly gift box
    Madame Ladybug
    Dot box
    Pm yes
    Swaag box
    Tuff time
    Club monthly

    Leparcel and been bought out
    Hello flo doesnt sell subs anymore
    Femly does not send out organic tampons, they are Veeda brand which is not organic veeda.com

  23. katrina hunt

    Josie P.

    I mean, I’ve lived worse places but they did not cost this much.

    While it is aesthetically pleasing, it is cheaply put together (the door knobs especially fall off very easily). The layouts are genuinely really nice and I have missed the windows. The surfaces are also mostly easy to clean.

    But that’s about it. The parking situation is particularly abysmal. When I was looking to lease they advised that I would usually be able to park on my floor. Not the case! I often had to park on different floors than the one I lived on and take the stinky elevator (if it worked) or the disgusting stairwell. The guest parking situation is very predatory. Residents will park in the guest parking on the first floor so you often have to leave your unit to help your guest park on the uncovered top floor, which is nearly always empty but also open to the Elements (so hope there isn’t a surprise Texas hail storm!). Furthermore, they’re excessively strict about registering your guests’ cars. You also can’t register in the parking garage because there is no service so you have to wait until you’ve (hopefully) taken the elevator and then walked through the building to your unit to register their car, if you have remembered to do so at this point. It was so stressful that my friends stopped visiting me and some of them were towed multiple times. No, AMLI, I don’t want to see a response about this. You and I both know this is ridiculous and that you make money off of this. I already complained to you about this when I lived here after you asked me for feedback and then you were upset when I provided this feedback. The parking and your predatory practices are definitely one of the main reasons I moved.

    Another problem is the elevators. They were often broken. The interior elevator was broken for about a month when I was there and it’s the only way, other than stairs, to get to the 4th floor. We found out we actually had a disabled neighbor on the 4th floor who was basically marooned for a month. I’m pretty sure that is illegal.

    Management is ok but unorganized and not very communicative. They also very much do not like feedback so I doubt they will like this review. In one instance I had a window get cracked after a windy day (same day a tornado had whipped through nearby) and they tried to make it seem like I broke the window and should be the one to pay for it… even though there is no way I could have broken it. They didn’t end up charging me but the conversation coming from the manager was not what I would consider professional. The unit was also very dirty when I moved in but they would not clean it when it was listed on the move in checklist. I ended up cleaning someone else’s pee off the toilet the first day I moved in. I feel like they don’t clean the units between residents. The microwave was also broken and they just patched it up so it was broken again a few months later.

    I ended up moving somewhere else in las Colinas and now pay almost the same amount for a 2 bedroom that I did for a 1 bedroom at AMLI and I’m not even 10 minutes away.

    Parking is a nightmare. Guests now must register every night online and if you forget to register (since they have no cell service in the garage), you pay $300 in towing fees. Apartment does NOTHING to help- even if it’s the first time. Complete lack of responsibility.
    3109 Key Largo Ct, Denton, TX, 76208-1317
    (940) 383-9518

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